Alameda County, California Education Lawyers
I am not accepting new clients. I am on vacation and not eligible to practice law until July 15, 2016. Tech-forward, knowledge-driven, and eco-friendly, my law practice is at the vanguard of disruptive innovation in the legal profession. This is not business as usual. Avoiding the redundancy and excessive billing of stratified law firms, in my practice I personally represent my individual and corporate clients in all manner of high-stakes negotiations, transactions, and lawsuits. Since founding my law practice in 2007, I have been offering variable scope representation, compassionate rates for low income clients, quick responsiveness, and transparency. As...
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Jay is a partner at the Leigh Law Group a San Francisco Bay Area law firm located in San Francisco and Marin County which practices in Education Law, Special Education Law, Civil Rights, Employment and Business law. Jay has litigated throughout California and the West for the past 11 years. Jay has obtained substantial relief for his clients ranging from a $1.7 million settlement in a shareholder dispute to providing an employee a promotion that was denied due to discrimination along with monetary damages and leave credits.
Also known as Bo Links, I have practiced in San Francisco since 1974. My firm is Slote & Links. I represent public and private school administrators and educational institutions. I also specialize in construction and employment-related litigation. An extensive list of cases I have handled is avaialble on our website - www.slotelaw.com. I am also a published golf writer (two books - Follow the Wind; Riverbank Tweed & Roadmap Jenkins: Tales from the Caddie Yard) and I serve as San Francisco's volunteer golf historian. I am a serious student of golf course architecture and am the only...
For 22 years, I have devoted my career as a lawyer to helping parties resolve their conflicts efficiently, effectively and respectfully. I believe the quality of a mediated resolution, and of the mediation process, to be as important to the parties as the fact of resolution.